Asst Manager - Hr
Client Relations,bd,executive Search..
Sales & Marketing
Then joined next company ...had to quit due to family circumstances......
Need yur help in revising the CV.....
The resume should be presentable, with same size and pattern of fonts, arrange it as per above comments.
2) remove the repeating data.
eg club work experience and previous work experiences.
3) Correct all the grammatical errors. you can easily do it by auto correct option in MS word.
4) Maintain a constant style through-out your resume
The period of joing should be mentioned below the company profile followd by duties and responsibilities. Try to write your own Points instead of cut, paste.
limit ur Cv to Two Pages only
Minor changes: 2. career objectives says niche (what kind of Niche in field of marketing) could be specified - for attracting 3. problem with presentation (runs in para can be simplified to points where ever possible) to save time of reader 4. language description in terms of read, write and speak
All the best - hope it is of use
The CV should be in details but ofcourse maintain the limitation which is not in the quoted CV. Hopefully, the said thing is clear to everyone if anything wrong with me or anything left by me please let me know the same as I am also want to know where I had missed.
Sarah is Right Stability issues he keep changing his company in evey Month and Year ,May be his Personal Prblms was their but Company Wont Understand his Problm while screening his Resume.
First and foremost....I don't think it is about either about the frequently changing jobs or the style / font / format of the resume that is the problem..........Sometimes (Read it as Most of the times) it is the perception of the onlooker which matters.........
1. It would definitely strike someone that there has been a frequent change of jobs, but with no change of profile which can always be attributed to the individual's grip on the field of work opted.
2. Agreed to certain extent that the font / style / format do matter because now-a-days we have an increasing number of automated resume screening processes rather than the manual one where the essence of the document is lost and only the key words are picked up.
3. The most appealing point is that it says "Has an ability to rectify his own mistakes and wiling to learn at every step in life." How many of us would actually dare to put on something like this on our resume let alone the fact if it were actually required or not.
If I were to come across a resume like this, would definitely loved to have interviewed such an individual.
Wishing him all luck!!!!!!